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    930/02 Aluminum engine case F/S

    These are the best cases to build short stoke motors, IMO. Accepts the 66 or 70.4mm six bolt crank and already has oil squirters from the factory. 86mm head stud spacing though, not 80mm. This is a 930/02 type case produced in '76. The original serial number stamping area was screwed with and a '74 RSR engine serial number was stamped in another location lower down on the block. Not too surprising as FIAA allows this case to be substituted in place of the sand cast factory race case. Price is $2,500.00 OBO due to the srewed up stamping (The last case I had like this one sold for $3,500.00). Please email to:
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    John- Sent you a PM. Steve

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    Hi Steve,

    I don't see a PM. Maybe you can email me?

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    Back in town will call you today. Steve

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